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Tale of the Tape: George Leschinsky

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Bio: George Leschinsky Petaluma Casa Grande.  1st team All League, 1st team All Empire. Projects as a linebacker at the next level. At the Stanford combine worked with the linebackers in drills.  Currently UC Davis and Sacramento State are showing the most interest. George who currently holds a 2.9 GPA will take the SAT in June.


Size: 6'1  200


Positions: Defensive End/ Fullback


Jr. Stats: As a junior for the 11-2 Gauchos Leschinsky recorded 69 total tackles, 27 behind the line of scrimmage 14 of those were sacks. He had three games where he recorded multiple sacks.


Times and Lift Totals: At the Stanford combine this past weekend, George ran a 4.99 electronically timed 40 and did 20 reps at 185 on the bench press.  He currently has a 280 pound clean, a 475 pound squat and has been hand timed in the 4.7 range throughout the spring. 


Tape Type: Two five minute high light tapes along with one game tape.

Breakdown: George is a strong straight line player. His initial burst is very impressive and is his best feature as a player. On almost every play I watched he was able to get push or penetration. George also uses his hands well for a high school player.  His swims and rips are quick and explosive.  After his initial burst, he tends to get tall a little too soon, which allows tackles to get their hands on him.  He is solid against the run and shows good strength for a 200 pound defensive end.  He was able to both split and take on the double team.  This is primarily due to his strong lower body.     


Bottom Line: George appears to have a frame that can add good weight.  He has long arms which should help him as a pass rusher at the next level. At the Stanford combine he worked with the linebackers in pass coverage drills and due to his size projects as a college linebacker.  It may take some time for him to make the change from defensive end to linebacker.  He is explosive and has a knack for making plays behind the line of scrimmage, but looks somewhat heavy footed in space, this is most likely due to lack of experience. 




Coaches and parents send tapes to:

7000 N 16th Street

Suite 120 #458

Phoenix, Arizona 85020

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